In the city there was a regional cult center, where, according to information, Diodor's dog sacrifices were carried out. Claudius Aelianus reports that up to a thousand dogs were kept there, which greeted visitors during the day and led the drunks home at night. Bad visitors were torn apart by them.
The image of his head can be found on a Mamertine coin , which was made between 275 and 250 BC. Was coined. a dog is shown on the lapel.
- Wilhelm Heinrich Roscher: Adranos . In: Wilhelm Heinrich Roscher (Hrsg.): Detailed lexicon of Greek and Roman mythology . Volume 1.1, Leipzig 1886, column 77 ( ).
- Konrad Wernicke : Adranos 2 . In: Paulys Realencyclopadie der classischen Antiquity Science (RE). Volume I, 1, Stuttgart 1893, Col. 405.
- Adranos in the Greek Myth Index (English)